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Lottery Winner University

by gold stone (2019-01-09)

Lottery Winner University Reviews When reading that website, I immediately focused on the guarantee. At the top of the homepage, where it quickly catches your attention, the seller touts that his winning system is guaranteed. So, I asked myself, "What exactly is the guarantee?" Later down the page, I found it, which states, "I guarantee that you will be satisfied with the (name removed) method, or I'll refund your purchase price in full, if you return the material within 60 days. Study the method, listen to the tape, practice the plays on paper, and try it in the casino. If you are not pleased, just return the material, and I'll refund your money." Although the seller boasts that his system is guaranteed to win, the actual guarantee says nothing at all about winning. The guarantee is simply whether or not you're pleased. He cleverly makes no guarantee that the system will win. Sounds fishy, doesn't it? Also, note that the guarantee requires you to study the material, listen to the tape, practice, and try it in a casino. That could take you well over 60 days to finally conclude that you're not pleased, at which time the guarantee is expired. I suspect that the seller also relies on the fact that people simply forget about the guarantees for anything they buy or they don't bother sending the request for their money back. The seller then states that his system wins six times out of seven, which means it loses only one time in seven. Therefore, he is stating that his system gives a player advantage of about 86% (i.e., 6/7=0.86). Huh? You mean the casino where he plays accepts a player advantage of 86%? I seriously doubt it (and you should, too). I can't help but roll off my chair in hysterical laughter. Absurd! Casinos never accept any player advantage, no matter how slight. The casino always has the advantage--always. If there were something about the game that gave the player even a slight advantage, the casino would change the rules to disallow it and get the advantage back to the casino. Moving on, let's look at another website. I find this guy's sales approach quite odd. He states at the very top of his homepage, "If you are like me, you've purchased a book or two and maybe a winning strategy off the Internet that was supposed to make you rich at the craps tables. Well, I'm here to tell you that there are no winning craps strategies! The house always has the advantage on all craps bets and strategies. But, I am here to tell you that you CAN beat the house at the craps tables using my (name removed) craps strategy, which is much, much more than a simple betting strategy." You'll find his guarantee later down the homepage, which states, "60 Day 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee. After trying my (name removed) craps strategy, if you do not agree that you will make money using the (name removed) system, just ask for a refund. No questions asked. This allows you to virtually try my system for free knowing that you can easily get a no hassles refund whenever you want." Then, he later states, "The basic (name removed) system isn't anything new. It's just making $30 place bets on the 6 and 8, but with a special twist that changes it from a system with a house advantage of 1.52% to an uncalculatable figure somewhere between 1.52% and 0%."